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Roundhouse reports on 11% increase in bookings ’23 – ‘24


Roundhouse reports on business increase for ’24 and even more in ’25.

The north London Camden venue, Roundhouse, is proving that there is a steady growth of confidence in the industry with an increase in a wide variety of event contracts from 2022/23 – 2024. Bookings are such that availability for popular dates from September this year are proving hard to find. Head of events Rhiân Pressley said “we have definitely turned a corner and organisers are now reverting to longer lead times. We’re advising anyone with a specific date in mind to book at least 12 months in advance as we’re looking at a 42% increase next year in confirmed contracts as it is. However, there is good news for organisers, we aren’t at capacity and have availability in Spring this year and next.”

This is partly due to an ever-increasing roster of returning clients and major events such as the London Football Awards on 29th February, the Attitude Awards in October and the Just Giving Awards in September. Major organisations including Women in Rail, The British Council, The British Film Institute, ASOS and Team GB all have gala events booked. Plus, Fuerza Bruta returns with the show ‘Aven’ from 9 th July – 31 st August, and a smattering of private parties and weddings are also diarised. The live music schedule has also expanded and there will be more than 100 gigs staged throughout the year.

Pressley continued “With a high calibre of returning clients, it shows that the team and venue consistently deliver well-produced events. Roundhouse is recognised as a venue that is respected and trusted by major institutions from a wide range of industries.”

Last year saw a number of firsts with the inaugural Rolling Stone UK Awards which returns for a second year in November. The BBC hosted a performance by Rick Astley, HBO threw a wrap party and the first comedy festival saw two weeks of stand-up with comic greats including Dylan Moran, Katherine Ryan and Fern Brady.

Pressley finalised by saying “this is such a positive outlook for the industry, other venues are also experiencing the same regarding confirmed bookings and lead times. Long may it continue.”

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